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Fender frequently releases limited editions of the Blues Junior.
All have the same electronic components and specifications but have cosmetic changes and often a different speaker, at varying prices.
Blues Junior history can be divided into two major categories: the early amps with green circuit boards and the later ones with cream-colored boards.
The Blues Junior uses a nonadjustable power tube bias (no way to vary the bias point), but it is fairly "hot" and can accommodate most matched pairs on the market.
Limited editions may use varying driver models, such as the Jensen C12N found in the NOS Lacquered Tweed Blues Junior or the Jensen P12R found in the Relic edition.
Fender does not always include these limited edition versions in their updated catalogs (or on their website) either because too few were produced (only a few hundred in some cases) or perhaps because of exclusive retailer agreements.
However, because they "run hot", a common modification is to add a bias trim to enable adjustments to the idle current when switching tubes.
Fender introduced the Blues Junior in 1995, and has revised and updated it periodically since then.
The standard Blues Junior is dressed like a traditional black Fender amplifier, with black Tolex upholstery and a silver cloth speaker grille.